2-in-1 Sleeping Bag Backpack

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2-in-1 Sleeping Bag Backpack

7.00

Step-by-step instructions and detailed illustrations walk you through creating a clever carrier for Fletcher Fox and all his accessories! This backpack doubles as a perfectly-sized sleeping bag that Fletcher can use for camping out and sleepovers. The generous lined front pocket has plenty of room to pack the Campfire flame and S'mores Roasting Set (sold separately). Campfire logs slide into the headrest openings for easy storage and double as a pillow; the headrest is also the perfect spot for a rolled up blankie. The bag opens and closes with easy-to-use hook and loop closures, and is stabilized by simply inserting a plastic canvas sheet between the layers. Adjustable backpack straps are easy to make by hooking 'D' rings onto webbing straps. 

This pattern is ideal for a confident beginner.

* This listing is for a digital PDF Sewing Pattern. A link to download the file will be emailed to you after purchase and will expire in 24 hours.

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Materials Needed:

Cotton Fabric – Heidi Boyd 'Forest Frolics' for Red Rooster

½ yard (0.5m) Script
½ yard (0.5m) Blue Chickadee
½ yard (0.3m) Brown Fern
½ yard (0.3m) Brown Hexagon

13" x 18 ¾" (33cm x 48cm) Plastic Canvas
(trim 'giant sized' sheet to required length with scissors)
1 yard (0.9m) of Fusible Fleece Interfacing
1 yard (0.9m) of 1" wide of Green Webbing
Four 1" (2½cm) Metal D Rings
24" (61cm) length X ½" (2cm) wide Lime Green Hook and Loop Fastener
Matching Thread

Tools Needed:

Sewing Machine
Rotary Cutter and Cutting Mat
Scissors
Sewing Needles
Straight Pins
Iron

Dimensions

19" (48cm) length X 14¾" (37½cm) wide X ¾" (2cm) thick—when empty


You may sell items made from this pattern as long as you are the original purchaser of the pattern, hand-make the items one-by-one, and give credit to Heidi Boyd as the designer on the item's tag. If selling online, the listing must credit Heidi Boyd and contain a direct link to where the pattern can be purchased. Alterations to the pattern may be made, but you must still link to the original pattern and credit Heidi Boyd on the item's tags and listings.